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Deafblind Services.
We are specialists in the field of dual sensory loss. Find out more about how we can support your needs directly.

Able Australia is a leading provider of disability services and community supports helping adults and seniors to live the life they choose.  We have been proudly supporting our clients reach their full potential for over 50 years and provide services in Melbourne, Tasmania, ACT and South East Queensland.

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Latest News.

DB Camp

Deafblind Camp another great success

Able’s annual Deafblind Camp gives Deafblind people from around the country a time and place to come together in a safe environment with 24/7 support. In March, the 2019 camp ran on Phillip Island in Victoria. “It’s the only time we can truly be ourselves,” one camper said.

Able Special Projects Coordinator discusses conference plans in Kenya

In Nairobi, Kenya earlier this month, Gary Daly, Able Australia Special Projects Coordinator, attended the Deafblind International (DbI) Management Committee where challenges facing deafblind people around the world were discussed.

Able runs NDIS Q&A session for Deafblind Community in Queensland

On 12 March, Able Australia had the opportunity to present to some of the Queensland Deafblind community about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The session was led by Able’s Senior Support Coordinator Justin Elks.

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